New map of Organic Food Systems published
Global Map of food systems
In Organic 3.0, food chains are succeeded by food systems. As a main implementing partner in the Organic Food System Program (OFSP) along with BERAS International and FQH, IFOAM – Organics International has developed a global map of food systems.
This will serve as a key resource for information sharing and data collection as we further develop the food system concept and demonstrate the far-reaching benefits of organic principles and practices.
About the organic food systems program
OFSP is a Core Initiative of the United Nations’ 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production (10YFP).
We are co-creating a set of unifying principles and attributes for organic food systems while we foster their establishment from the bottom up – a growing wave of success stories and a disruptive force for positive change.
OFSP is an inclusive initiative that integrates all 6 features of Organic 3.0, and welcomes new partners on an ongoing basis.
We encourage your contribution and involvement! Interested parties can contact David Gould at d.gould [at] ifoam.bio or Jostein Hertwig at jostein.hertwig [at] beras.eu.